• Italian singer-songwriter Lorenzo "Jovanotti" Cherubini's 1994 song "Serenata Rap" contains a famous line from Inferno V: "Amor ch'a nullo amato amar … [Continue Reading]

    Jovanotti, “Serenata Rap” (1994)
  • Marcello Toninelli, Italian cartoonist, published a comic-strip version of The Divine Comedy beginning in 2007. "Così il fiorentino Alighieri raccontava il … [Continue Reading]

    Marcello Toninelli’s <em>Dante: La Divina Commedia a Fumetti</em> (2007)
  • The Savannah College of Art and Design's museum is featuring an exhibit called "The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Purgatory and Hell Revisited by Contemporary African … [Continue Reading]

    SCAD Museum of Art: “The Divine Comedy”
  • Wayne Barlowe's Barlowe's Inferno is a book of images of hell. "Best-selling science fiction and fantasy artist Wayne Barlowe abandons his popular … [Continue Reading]

    <em>Barlowe’s Inferno</em> (1998)
  • The Seven Storey Mountain is Trappist monk Thomas Merton's 1948 best-selling autobiography. The title refers to Dante's Purgatory. The book made the National … [Continue Reading]

    Thomas Merton, <em>The Seven Storey Mountain</em> (1948)

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